I would like to be able to create a workflow with email alert that would get all Leads that have been last modified by more than 1 day that are still unread by owner.
I have seen in the forums that there is a field isUnreadByOwner but unfortunately it is unavailable in validation or formula.
Has anyone been able to utilize this field and if so how (apex trigger?)
Thanks in advance for any and all help
Object variable or with block variable not set
tracing through the vb code - it happens on
loginForm.serverurl.value = IIf(defaulturl <> "", defaulturl, salesforce.serverurl)
salesforce.serverurl is not set.
No where do i get a login form.
I do have version 3 of outlook edition.
I also have the office edition add-in enabled as well.
I really would appreciate any and all help with this.
We need to audit emails - even if automatically generated
Thanks in advance for any help
Do i just use the workflow with field update?
Can it be done with s-control snippet? if so, how?
Thanks in advance for any help or direction
I have made a pl/sql package for salesforce queries. http://code.google.com/p/plsqlsoap/
Simply you can select like this from oracle:
select extractvalue(sf_xml_return,'//sf:Id','xmlns:sf="urn:sobject.enterprise.soap.sforce.com"') Id
from table(OLAP_XMLA_SF5.SF_CALL ('SELECT Id FROM Opportunity'));
I will improve the code with better compression and session handling but now it works for any salesforce replication.
I have tested with Oracle Database 10g Release 10.2.0.1.0 and PL/SQL Release 10.2.0.1.0.
If you have any question and/or feature requests do not hesitate contact me
Message Edited by gbacskai on 04-29-2008 08:14 AM
I have a custom object A, which has a lookup relationship to itself.
I want to write a validation rule that prevents the connection of one instance
of A to another instance of A if they have the same name.
The problem I'm having is that it doesn't seem possible to write a
validation rule expression that navigates across the relationship to get
the name of the other instance of A.
However, it does seem to be possible to navigate across relationships
between different custom objects, e.g. A related to B
Is this a known limitation of validation rules, or am I missing something?
I have enabled inline editing feature in my SFDC instance which works fine for all the objects. I tried overriding New/Edit button on Opportunity which calls an S-Control and takes back to the Opportuinty Layout after processing. Once the S-Control moves back to the Opportunity, Inline Editing feature gets disabled for that opportunity and it doesnt works.
Should we pass on some hidden parameter to the opportunity page while transfering control to the opportunity which keeps that inline editing feture enabled?
Thanks in advance.
Message Edited by GreatG on 12-20-2007 03:03 AM